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Hot Business Tip Series – How to Initiate a 3-Way Call on Yealink VoIP Phones by Phone System Experts

Press Release   •   Jun 11, 2013 12:49 EDT

Bay Shore, NY

As Yealink phone system solutions become more popular by the day, newly migrating businesses may encounter slight usage challenges due to differences in design. An important question asked by users is how to make 3-way calls, an issue solved in this tip series.

From principal Yaron Ram: “In this tip series, we show you how to initiate a 3-way call or conference call using your Yealink phone in 6 simple and easy steps. Follow our hot business tip series for more useful business technology tips and advice.”

How to Initiate a 3-Way Call on your Yealink VoIP Phone

Step 1: Press the <Conf> hot key during an active call.

Step 2: The first call is placed on hold and a dial tone is heard. Dial the number to conference in (or press <Directory> soft key to enter the contact list, and then choose a contact to conference in, then press the <Send> hot key.

Step 3: When the call is answered, a private conversation is possible at first. Press the <Conf> button, the conference call will include you and the other two parties.

Step 4: During the conference, press the <Split> hot key to split the conference into two hold lines, and press the <Resume> hot key to resume the chosen call respectively.

Step 5: When the <Hold> key is pressed, the conference will be on hold.

Step 6: Hang up to disconnect all parties.

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